>> Tuesday, August 18, 2009
I've got my eye one you. Yeah YOU! I know your money's history. Cocaine. Yeah. You can't fool me. I have proof. In fact, 90% of banknotes in the good ol' US of A have cocaine. Sound unlikely? Well, it's not. In fact, 95% of the money in the capitol is laced. You want low levels of cocaine on your money? Well, then move to Salt Lake City. It had the lowest levels of cocaine contamination of any big city studied.
A study done by the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth presented the findings at the 238th meeting of the American Chemical Society. In the study, they samples and analyzed banknotes from China, Japan, Canada, and Brazil as well. Everyone had lower rates of contamination than we did. We win again! Sorry. That was a bad joke.
Still, they didn't study TOO many bank notes. Who knows where they got the money anyway? Only 234 banknotes were tested. That is a large sample size if you are doing a different kind of study, but money is everywhere. It seems an awful small sample.
Oh, and NO, this does not mean your money is going to make you fail a drug test. The levels are to low to affect your blood stream. You can't get high from the money. But now you know... you and your filthy drug money!